Lenovo has just announced its first smartphone gaming, the Lenovo Legion Pro, an end stop range that will have to deal with the main competitors of the market, and proof of this is the use of a panel AMOLED of 6.65 inches with a resolution Full HD + of 2340 x 1080 pixels with a refresh rate of 144 Hz with sampling touch 240 Hz powered by the SoC Snapdragon 865+, up to 16 GB of RAM LPDDR5 and storage UFS 3.1.
All this is powered by two batteries that add up to 5000 mAh, thanks to this, we have a fast charge of no less than 90W, charging from 0 to 50% in 10 minutes and from 0 to 100% in 30 minutes. If it was not enough, we have two USB Type-C ports for charging, so that the side does not disturb while we play. Because of this, the charger comes with two USB Type-C ports, each with 45W of power.
Regarding the gaming section, in addition to the @ 144 Hz panel, we have a double front speaker with audio at 90º, a 4x microphones system, the already mandatory triggers to have a tactical advantage in shooters, a 4D vibration motor with a time of 15ms response, an improved cooling system (double copper heatpipe + copper frontplate + two thin graphene sheets), could not miss an attractive design with an RGB lighting system, a retractable selfie camera It comes out of the side to allow streaming while playing, and of course, none of that works without adapted software, which involves everything from muting any notification to superimposing some apps in a small window while we play.
At the rear we have a dual camera setup with a 64 megapixel main sensor along with a 16 megapixel ultra-wide sensor . We have WiFi connectivity 802.11ax + Bluetooth 5.x + 5G, and it goes on sale at a starting price of 430 euros to change (8GB / 128GB) going through 480 euros (12GB / 128GB), 520 euros (12GB / 256GB) until reaching 740 euros (16GB / 512GB).